Anne Wentworth9, Sophia. and Charlotte Fermor, and Camilla Bennet10; Miss Pelham11 (Lord! how ugly she is!); Misses Walpole, Leneve12, Churchill13, Parsons, Mac-cartny, Pultney14, Mary Townshend15, Newton, and Brown. The men, Lord John Sackville15, Lord Ancram17, Holderness, AshburnhamI8, Howard19, Hartington and Castlehaven20; Mr. Colebrook, Poulett, Churchill21, two Townshends22, Parsons, Vernon, Carteret23, Colonel Maguire, and a Sir William Boothby2i. For the rest of the company you shall see the list when you come to town. Lord and Lady Euston 9 Lady Henrietta Alicia Wentworth, fourth daughter of first Marquis of Eockingham; m. (1764) William Sturgeon, her footman. Lady Anne Wentworth (d. 1769), eldest daughter of first Marquis of Eockingham; m. (1744) William Fitzwilliam, third Earl Fitzwilliam in. Ireland, afterwards created an English earl. 10 Only daughter of second Earl of Tankerville; m. 1. Gilbert Fane Fleming; 2. Mr. Wake. 11 Catherine, eldest daughter of Hon. Henry Pelham (afterwards Prime Minister); m. (1744) her cousin, Henry Fiennes-Clinton, ninth Earl of Lincoln, who succeeded his uncle (1768) as second Duke of Newcastle; d, (as Countess of Lincoln) 1760. 12 Elizabeth, daughter of Peter Le Neve; m. Vice-Admiral Hugh Pigott. 13 See note on letter to Mann, Nov. 2, 1741. 14 Probably the only daughter of William Pulteney, afterwards Earl of Bath. 15 Third daughter of second Viscount Townshend ; m. (1763) Hon. Edward Cornwallis, sixth son of fourth Barou Cornwallis ; d. 1776. 16 Second son of first Duke of Dorset; d. 1766. He preceded Horace Walpole as tenant of Strawberry Hill. 17 William Henry Kerr (1710- 1775), Earl of Ancratn, oldest son of third Marquis of Lothian, whom he succeeded in 1767. He served in the army, and was present at tho battles of Fontenoy and Culloden. 18 John Ashburnlmm (1726-1812), second Earl of Ashburnliam; Banger of St. James's and Hyde Parks, 1753-62 ; Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, 1765-75; Groom of the Stole and First Lord of the Bedchamber to George III, 1776-82. 19 Thomas Howard (oirc. 1714-1763), Lord Howard, eldest son of first Earl of Emngham, whom ho succeeded in 1743. He became Deputy Earl Marshal in 1743. 20 James Tuchet (1723-1769), seventh Earl of Castleliaven. 21 Charles (1720-1812), natural son of General Charles Churchill; by Mrs. Oldfield, the actress; sometime M.P. for Stockbridga ; m. (1746) Lady Mary Walpole, natural daughter of the Prime Minister. 22 Probably Hon. Q-oorge and Hon. Charles Townshend. See note on letter to Mann, Jan. 14, 1746, and note on letter to Montagu, May 18, 1749. 23 Hon. Eobert Carteret (1721-1776), styled Lord Carteret, 1744-63, only surviving son of second Baron Carteret (afterwards second Earl Granville), whom lie succeeded in 1763. 2i Sir William Boothby, fourth Baronet; d. 1787.